UPDATED 2. New leaked Snowden documents accuse the U.S. spy agency of tapping into the links between Google and Yahoo datacenters worldwide, including Americans' data.
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The latest security threat report from Microsoft shows the outlook for Windows XP users is getting grimmer. Things are bad, getting worse, and in six months the trouble really starts.
The hacker group Syrian Electronic Army claims to have hacked e-mail for barackobama.com, formerly the President's campaign web site and now the site for Organizing For Action, his policy advocacy organization.
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Claiming the well-known web software site is serving malware, Google's safe browsing API is marking php.net as malicious.
Nobody offers security products which give parents adequate control over their children's mobile devices. There are some problems to work out, but the solution is coming.
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